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OK RV Park


3310 Spanish Valley Drive
Moab , UT 84532
435.259.1400
No Email Address
http://www.okrvpark.com/
3 Reviews
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We used this mainly as a base to explore Arches NP and Canyonlands NP. the sites 40 thru 45 are definitely the best with a view of the Moab Rim. Only draw back was only 2 washers and dryers so we had to go to town to do that job. Free WI-FI and Cable TV. Sites 5 thru 38 are pull thru but real tightand crowded for long RVs.

Received from David for visit in Apr 2009


Site Number: 42
Stay Again? YES
We stayed here several nights during our vacation. We would come back here to check our email and empty our tanks. Some of the sites are short. Overall we would recommend this RV Park. Friendly, shade trees, and on the south side of Moab out of town, so it was quiet. The best value we could find in the area. We will be staying there again if we go back.

Received from DS for visit in Jun 2007


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
We thought this was quite a bargain using Passport America. It was $13.08/night with tax. The shower/restroom was dated but clean. The laundry was also clean. Our site, 22, was an end site about 30' wide and 35' long. It has trees and grass on both sides and a picnic table. I noticed some sites did not have a table. We hit level spots so no boards were required. The 8 big rig sites are just limestone with hook ups. Not as nice as the main area. We were originally suppose to go into site 20. But the nice lady at the desk said we couldn't get WiFi from there. When I said I liked WiFi at the rig, she changed our site. The place wasn't full so that was no problem. But keep in mind WiFi can't be gotten at all sites. Some sites are also much shorter than ours. The views to the southwest, out our back window, were of the red cliffs. To the east we could see the snow covered La Sal mountains. Great views. There were trees scattered around the property. We initially signed up for 5 days but ended up adding 2 more. We like this place and would certainly stay there again. This is an RV park, not a resort. But we certainly liked it. We would definitely stay here again. I suggest reservations during high season. The lady said they were turning people away up until early October. There is a restaurant and fuel within a mile on Rt 191. I didn't see any signs that one could rent a horse.

Received from Anon for visit in Oct 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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